Kerala Blasters gives VVIP ticket to Priya Varrier & Cheap Gallery ticket to Former Indian Football Captain

Kerala Blasters management has done something disturbing that the Indian people wouldn’t accept it, come what may. Priya Varrier stole the spotlight and became an overnight sensation when she winked at a classmate. The media gave non-stop coverage to her for too many days where she became the centre of attraction to all snippets of India.

The actress got a great recognition in just a couple of days where she gained plethora of followers on social media. Recently, she was offered a VVIP ticket by the Kerala Blasters management. But the same management gave a cheap gallery ticket to the former Indian captain I.M Vijayan in what is deemed to be contrary to the spirit of mankind.

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There is always a saying that, when you integrate substantial inputs day in, day out, it is very much certain about the fact that a person is bound to reap rewards for the efforts that are embellished to perfection. Vijayan is one of those persons who worked hard throughout his life and fought against all odds to ply his trade for the nation but he didn’t get the respect he deserved.

It isn’t just the goals he scored but the manner he lead the team matters the most. By seeing such great personalities who are now been treated like this, it indeed sends a wrong message to the society, it gives us a doubt whether is this our country? What’s really happening?

The former Indian football captain gave his heart out to represent India with tonnes of pride. He played with valour, grit and determination, and the fact that he was being treated like this is something not right by all means.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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